LASER EXCITED ATOMIC AND IONIC NON-RESONANCE FLUORESCENCE DETECTION LIMITS FOR SEVERAL ELEMENTS IN AN ARGON INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA
This communication summarises the analytical potentialities of the laser excited atomic fluorescence spectroscopy in an argon inductively coupled plasma used as atom and ion reservoir, and was the result of investigations carried out in our laboratory on a series of refractory elements and a couple of elements of interest in biological fluids. It is anticipated that a more comprehensive discussion of the work with the presentation of practical applications of this technique is currently in preparation and will be submitted in the next future.
Bibliographic Reference: SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA B, VOL. 39B (1984), PP. 115-117
Record Number: 1989123000900 / Last updated on: 1987-01-01
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